Featuring over 1,700 international and local artists in 130 performances and over 300 complementary outreach and education activities, the 2018 Hong Kong Arts Festival boasts an impressive and diverse program.
The satellite fair to Art Basel returns to Hong Kong’s Central Harbourfront for its fourth edition and will feature cutting edge new media show and large-scale installations alongside booths from a host of international art galleries.
Now in its 42nd year, the pioneering film festival is back with a versatile programme containing over 250 quality films from more than 55 countries, which will be screened in various cultural venues in Hong Kong.
Cambodge 50’s is a solo exhibition showcasing black and white silver gelatin prints by the French photographer Raymond Cauchetier, whose nostalgic yet familiar scenes depict daily life in the early years of Cambodia’s independence.
The 42nd edition of the Hong Kong International Film Festival (HKIFF) will pay tribute to cinema icon Brigitte Lin Ching-Hsia by screening 14 of her movies and giving fans the opportunity to meet Lin face-to-face.
Scottish contemporary artist and 2005 Turner Prize nominee Jim Lambie presents his largest floor installation to date – a vibrant collection of 15 ladders anchored through the space in rhythmic, overlapping formation.
Harbour Arts Sculpture Park features sculptures by over 18 established and emerging local and international contemporary artists, including wry provocateur Tracey Emin, alongside important Hong Kong artists Morgan Wong and Kacey Wong.
The prominent German artist’s first exhibition in Hong Kong and East Asia will showcase more than twenty conceptual multimedia works that are emblematic of his artistic pursuit for exploring the intrinsic relationship between the original and
Spread over the four exhibition spaces of the newly opened Hong Kong gallery, the show features several new works not publicly shown before: pictures of intimacy and friendship with views and angles of the world at large.
Mark Bradford’s densely layered paintings and mixed media installations question America’s social landscape, politics and cultural history through a rigorous physical and material approach to the canvas.
Antony Gormley’s jagged iron sculptures foreground a new development in the groundbreaking artist’s work – a move beyond representational forms featuring plant-like branches that map the human body in space.
The travelling exhibit features the work of artists from across Asia Pacific of various historical contexts, including introducing the works of a few key modernist and late modernist figures who have shaped the language of art during the past half
Curated by Lalie Choffel, Contamination pays tribute to thirty years of the radical and unique work of major artist Antoine D’Agata, exhibiting thirty prints in both colour and black & white, and a video installation.